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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Emptiness of head with anguish.
Weariness in head.
Burning on the vertex.
Sensation of congestion of blood to head; head feels heavy.
Stitches through head, extending to neck and chest.
Heat in head, with redness of face, nausea and vomiting.
Heaviness of head, every day, esp. in occiput, forcing eyes to close; agg. in the morning; from warmth and motion; amel. when sitting, lying, or perspiring.
Aching and compression in head, esp. in temples and above eyes, agg. by frowning.
Acute pullings and shootings in head, esp. above eyes, with want to lie down, and clouded sight.
Lancinating shocks across head.
Throbbing, pulsation, and hammering in head, esp. during movement, amel. when lying with head high; amel. by perspiration.
Sensation on moving head as if brain wavered.
Tendency of head to become easily chilled.
Sweat on head, esp. in morning and at night.
Painful confusion in head.
Violent headache, as if the head would burst.
Periodical headaches during, after, or before menses.
Headache in morning, on waking; on turning, and while moving body or head; when running; or in cold air; or after being thwarted.
Headache, as if head were about to split; or as if it were tight and compressed, esp. when writing.
Fits of headache, with nausea and vomiting (eructations, colic, and trembling of limbs).
Rheumatic (tearing) pain in head, from root of nose extending to forehead, with nausea, vomiting, vanishing of sight; agg. in morning when waking from sleep, from mental exertion and motion; amel. sitting still or lying down.
Throbbing and drawing pains in forehead.
Painful sensitiveness of scalp, as if excoriated.
Contraction and mobility of scalp.
Scurf on scalp.
Great sensitiveness of scalp; with greasy, shining face; sensitiveness of forehead and the borders of hair; agg. in warm room, amel. in open air.
Itching eruption of margins of hair at nape of neck.
Abundant falling off of hair (as soon as it is touched, more on forepart of head and temple), even of whiskers; and on the genitals, esp. during child-bed.≡ more ...